Dune: Part Two is a stunning spectacle, and better than its predecessor. But it hides problems underneath its cinematic sands.
Another Megamind raises its blue and bulby head. But don’t expect this so-so sequel to earn any mega cheers.
There’s a honey rush of vengeful action here, to be sure, but The Beekeeper isn’t the guilty pleasure some might …
A new Demon Slayer movie? Sort of. But it’s actually a couple of tacked-together TV episodes being released in theaters.
While it’s not perfect, this Christopher Nolan sci-fi puzzler deserves, at least, some tenet-ive consideration.
This is a swirling, heavy-battling, CGI-video game movie that some may cheer. But others will leave it with a bewildered …
A new character steps into the Spider-Verse. But this pic has some sticky bits that could make your parent-sense tingle.
Drive-Away Dolls is as hard-core and pornographic as an R-rating can stand.
No matter how much spice is in play in the 1984 version of Dune, this cinematic stew is almost inedible.
The Book of Clarence is entertaining, insightful and a wee bit unhinged. But you should think twice before adding it …